We may in time find industry performing a function hitherto associated entirely with scientific societies and universities, if it follows the lead of the Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. which recently sponsored a symposium on the physics of powder metallurgy at Fort Totten in Bayside, Long Island. Walter E. Kingston, manager of Sylvania's Metallurgical Research Laboratories, was the moving spirit of the meeting, which was organized and financially supported by his company independently of any technical society. Kingston assembled a program of twenty‐two papers and approximately one hundred and fifty physicists and metallurgists attended.

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